The U.N.I. women’s basketball team sports a 7-2 record heading into a match-up with North Dakota on the road this Saturday. Head coach Tanya Warren says her team will need to continue to play good defense to continue the season they are having.
“What I do know is that it is a tough place to play, I know they’re are young, and we will be ready to play,” Warren says. Warren says Rachel Madrigal has typically drawn the opposing team’s toughest defensive assignment, and says she is an underrated defender in the league.
Warren also says that redshirt freshman center Amanda Barton’s has been giving the Panthers a nice offense spark off the bench. “We got into some foul trouble and she did a great job,” Warren said.
By Jesse Gavin, KCNZ, Cedar Falls